Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS

Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS

Created by Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
Art Teacher: Ms. Pryor
Organized by the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
Theme: Expressions of Freedom and Equality 
Subject: Women’s History Month 
Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
1. Created by Elizabeth Nenee
Title: Always Believe in Something

2. Created by Angela Prato
Title: HOPE
Materials used: string, rubber bands, beads

3. Created by Melissa Wichmann
Title: ONE
Materials used: yarn, fabric, beads
What is your artwork about? Working as one conscious

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS
Art Teacher: Ms. Pryor
Organized by the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
Theme: Expressions of Freedom and Equality 
Subject: Women’s History Month 

Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS

Highland Park High School students in Topeka, KS


1. Created by Abel Sanchez, 11th grade
Title: See Through to a Shero
Materials used: burlap yarn

2. Created by Patricio Nelrual, 12th grade
Title: Heroes are Everywhere
What is your artwork about? Practically yells at you

3. Created by Evie Williams, 12th grade 
Title: Hope
Materials used: Burlap yarn
What is your artwork about? My hero is my mom, Marie. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and she has been breast cancer free for seven years now. Her hard work, strive, and beauty inspires me to do whatever I can to make it in life. All you have to do is have hope.